City of North Pole Police
North Pole, Alaska

Q: Can I get a copy of my police report?
A: Yes. Although some information on police reports are confidential and will be blacked out, you can get a copy of a report. The cost is a flat fee of $25.00.

Q: What is the time frame to have studded snow tires?
A: Studded snow tires are only legal between the dates of September 15 - May 1 of each year.

Q: What is the law on tinted windows?
A: State law requires all passenger vehicles allow at least 70% light through the windshield and front side windows. The rear window and rear side windows must allow at least 40% of the light through. Violation of this carries a $150 fine.

Q: What is the curfew law?
A: Anyone under the age of 18 is considered a juvenile. All juveniles must be home between 11:00 PM - 5:00 AM, Monday through Friday. On Saturday and Sundays, they must be home between 1:00 AM - 5:00 AM. Exceptions to this are when a juvenile is coming home directly from a place of employment, emergencies, or if the juvenile has written permission from a parent or legal guardian to perform a specific errand and return directly home. Parents and business owners need to remember that they also can be cited for curfew violations by allowing juveniles to be out after hours. For details regarding curfew laws visit »

Q: Does the North Pole Police Department have a ride-along program?
A: Yes. We do allow limited ride-along with patrol officers. You must come into the North Pole Police Department to pick up a ride-along request form. Once completed, please turn it into the on-duty supervisor. You will be contacted later to schedule a day and time for the ride.

Q: I received a traffic ticket. Where do I pay my fine?
A: All tickets must be paid either at the Alaska State Courthouse, Clerk's Office, 101 Lacey Street, Fairbanks or you may be able to pay it online at http://courtrecords.alaska.gov/ep/.

Q: What can I do if I am a victim of an internet crime?
A: Please go to the website at www.ic3.gov and click on "File a Complaint" to report the internet crime. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact you local police department or us at 488-6902. Please remember there are many different types of fraud being perpetrated on the internet. Do not give out any personal information over the internet to anyone as legitimate companies will not ask for it. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is illegal.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the North Pole Police Department at (907) 488-6902.